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Dear friends, family, travellers and colleagues,
Today's newsletter is a shorter version, simply to share with you the freshly minted brochure for our special new tour to the NSW Outback, led by yours truly. We’ve been overwhelmed with the response to our initial promotion and expressions of interest we sent out recently, so I’m now very keen to make sure that you, my loyal clients who have asked to be kept informed, have the first option to be on board before it sells out.
If you’re in need of an escape in mid October, travelling by Rail, Road and River, all under a Covid safe travel plan with a small group of like minded travellers, then take a look at the attached brochure, and if you’re interested please get back to us as soon as you can by replying to this email or calling on 1300 800 977.
More news about all the other interesting things that are happening in Railway Adventures in these diabolical times will follow next week, including some new local tours and collaborations we are hatching, so stay tuned.
Hope to see you down the line in the NSW Outback and beyond,
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